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Hi,
Thank you for a brilliant visualisation of risk.
Can I simply add micromorts together? For example giving birth in UK and spending 2 nights in hospital = 230 or is it (I suspect) a little more complicated than that?
Also, are you able to use morbidity data to calculate "micromorbs" (ration of nonlethal risk)? For example, the risk, or micromorb, of experiencing lobar pneumonia following a general anaesthetic.
Greg.
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